Top 10 Attractions in Rajasthan including Ranthambore National Park

June 20, 2015 | Author: | Posted in Vacations

Top 10 Attractions in Rajasthan including Ranthambore National Park

When you decide to visit Rajasthan is important to plan in advance what you see, what places to visit in more detail, points of interest, all that you can see when you have limited days to devote to travel. To help in the selection we have compiled a list of the best things that you can visit without problems.

Below the ‘list of 10 places that the traveler should not miss.

Junagarth Fort – Bikaner

The Juna Garh was built in 1645 and was completed by Raja Rai Singh, ruler of Bikaner. The fort is a splendid example of architecture and art, the best you can find in the middle of the Thar Desert.

Ranthambore National Park

The strong JAfter Garth is the largest fort in Rajasthan and any guide recommended to spend at least 2 or 3 hours to visit the monument to be able to explore it in its entirety. There are many points of interest in it as the museum, which displays numerous types of weapons, spears, shields, swords and coltelli.Le actual rooms are very colorful. So if you are in Bikaner you do not miss a visit to Juna Garth Fort because it is a “must” of the town.


The visit to the Hawa Mahal in Jaipur is an important step in a journey in Rajasthan. L ‘building also known as “Palace of Winds” has a unique architecture, built in pink sandstone, with characteristic landmarks, is delicately carved in a pattern beehive and rises steeply to five floors. L ‘entire building is fabulous, there are hundreds of windows that look out on the right side of the street below. You will be surprised to know that L ‘Hawa Mahal was built primarily for the women of the royal family who could both watch the royal procession being seated at the windows that enjoy the spectacle of vibrant everyday life in the streets of Jaipur.

Dilwara Temples

The Dilwara temples are a stunning example of Jain art, made entirely of white marble finely carved. These temples are considered among the finest examples of temple architecture of the whole ‘India. Note: You cannot take pictures in the ‘temple area, neither internally nor externally. But if you want to take home a souvenir of these temples, unique examples of this type of architecture, you can buy photographs in the many shops outside by ‘temple area. This type of architecture can be seen only in the Mt. Abu in Rajasthan.

Ranthambore National Park

While traveling in Rajasthan, surrounded by the Aravalli mountain range, you will find the Ranthambore National Park Tiger Reserve of India. Enjoy a jeep safari exploring the flora and wildlife. You might spot peacocks, monkeys, antelopes majestic, nigai, chital, wild boar and jackals, wild life of Ranthambore. The park covers an area of ​​886 sq km. There are good offers of accommodation, you can stay at Ranthambore Palace Resort has all the modern comforts; there is also a conference room and pool.

Ranthambore National Park

Mehrangarh Fort

Perched atop a rocky hill about 120 m above the skyline of Jodhpur, the Merangarh Fort is magnificent, among the most beautiful in India and is not to be missed during your trip to Rajasthan. It is located in Jodhpur and is the first fortress of its kind to offer such a lift to reach the first floor. You can see various real rooms, antique cars, carpets, robes and some walls of the rooms worked mirror. From the top of the fort you can have a fantastic and clear view of the blue city of Jodhpur.

Karni Mata Temple

While you will be traveling to Bikaner we invite you to visit the Karni Mata Temple in Desnoke, is located about 30 km south of Bikaner. Called the most important religious site in India. The majority of tour in Rajasthan offer a stop to visit the Temple because of its great religious sanctity. The temple is famous for the thousands of rats scurrying in all directions all ‘inside of temple. Se you happen to spot a white rat in the pack, he says the popular belief, you will have a period of prosperity and luck. The site itself is pretty horrible but every day the temple was crowded with hundreds of devotees.

Ranakpur – Jain Temple

And ‘one of the main attraction when traveling in Rajasthan between the cities of Udaipur and Jodhpur. The temples are located in the foothills of the Aravalli mountain range. Resterete fascinated by every wall, ceiling, pillar you see. There are 1500 pillars, tuti carved in a different way one from the other. The architecture of the temple is magnificent, each stone is excavated and processed.

The visit to the Jain temples of Ranakpur is always included in all trips in Rajasthan. Log onto Temple with appropriate clothing, which does not leave bare arms and legs would not otherwise be allowed inside the premises. Guests without proper clothes you can find several stores operated by the government that you can rent cloths. You must enter barefoot and when the stones are hot may create some problems.

The Temples are open after 11 to 18, for non-Jains.

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